Inside Iraq: Today we live in Iraqi's achievements time, I'm talking about the fictional achievements that our government try to persuade us
May 28, 2007

iraqfinger3.jpg Inside Iraq:

Today we live in Iraqi's achievements time, I'm talking about the fictional achievements that our government try to persuade us of its existence by using statements, signs, or even using brain washing to make us believe of these achievements.

On the first anniversary of forming the government in Iraq, Every thing around us reminds of achievements that our elected government has accomplished within its first year by help of the greatest power... the USA!!!. Did you ever hear of hidden services or invisible projects? That what our government try to make Iraqi people believe...Oh God who can we remind what we did not experience or see!!!. When I switch on the TV I always find a sign shown on it "government of huge achievements". In the newspaper we find the same sign even in the streets I read these signs everywhere. I'm always wondering what are these achievements? At lest let us see or feel them, are they happening here, in another country or maybe on another planet? they should be visible, shouldn't they? Or may be we are a demanding people never feel content ever ... MAYBE!!
Really I don't know what the difference between this elected regime and Sadam's regime? Both of them use fictional statements to hide painful facts as if we are blinds people...please we need transparency and credibility in dealing ...no more lies ...please ..Is that impossible ?

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